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We are trying to grow the Pump.io community and maybe transition to a community-governed model of development. We are preparing our application for Conservancy membership: Conservancy application
There is an official Pump.io community account at firstname.lastname@example.org. This account will broadcast community meeting times and updates.
There is also a Twitter mirror, @pumpdotio.
Origin (first 'community meeting')
On 2015-09-21 there was an informal ad-hoc meeting in #pump.io IRC channel, the summary that Chris Webber made here: https://identi.ca/cwebber/note/1YADzufsQ_29LCJWTA-K_g is also copied here: 2015/09/21
Pump.io Community meetings happen, usually, the third Friday of the month, at 20:00 UTC.
Add here links to wiki pages for old meetings.
- 2016/10/21 which was postponed to 2016/10/28
- 2016/09/16 which was postponed to 2016/09/23
Add here some useful roles/tasks and maybe your availability to contribute in those roles or tasks.
Source code development and review
Pumpmins (pump node admins)
People that may be interested in adopting E14N nodes
||@almereyda via @ecobytes, if requested|
* followers>0 or following>0
Not really representative, but a good indication for ghost accounts.
People running a public pump node (open registration)
If you want to appear in this list, add your host and name. Ideally, with time, all the nodes above (the E14N ones) will find somebody willing to maintain them, and jump from that list into this list.
- mipump.es - @luisgf
- i.rationa.li - Mark Jaroski
- status.qua.name - @mrb
Selfhosting (personal use)
If you want to appear in this list, add your host and name. It's possible to view a list of some pump.io nodes in http://pumpiostatus.website/dashboard/checks
- e14n.com - @evan
- anarres.info - @shevek
- io.mndet.net - @mnd
- pump.hajaan.nu - @he1kki
- pump.strugee.net - @strugee
Welcome team (welcoming users, contributors)